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A mysterious disease threatens airline passengers.

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3 October 1999 (Spain)  »

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After they almost crash into the mountains they turn south, according to the lady flying the plane and the ground controller, but the next shot shows the rising sun and clearly shows their path, over the clouds, heading straight into the sun, which would be east. Then, in the very next shot, two passengers on the right-side of the plane mention the sun coming up and are looking straight out their window. For them to see the rising sun the plane would have to be heading north. See more »

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Typical tv movie
28 July 2000 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A made for tv movie starring Penelope Anne Miller, Killing Moon has a good plot but poor direction and screenplay. The cast did a good job with the exception of Daniel Baldwin who has absolutely no acting talent and is definately the worst performer of the Baldwin brothers. While the plot had plenty of potential, it was'nt developed properly by the writers who did a pretty ordinary job with the conclusion as well. All in all, it's a typical tv movie - good performances from Penelope Anne Miller, Daniel Kash and Diana Salvatore.

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